Grateful Dead Live at Winterland Arena on 1977-03-18
The Promised Land
Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo
It's All Over Now
New Minglewood Blues
Scarlet Begonias ->
Fire On The Mountain
Samson And Delilah
Brown Eyed Women
Ship Of Fools
Terrapin Station ->
Not Fade Away ->
Saint Stephen ->
Around And Around
Uncle John's Band
Collection GratefulDeadBand/Artist Grateful DeadVenue Winterland ArenaLocation San Francisco, CASource SBD 1: SBDMR @ 7.5 ips>DAT>CD>EAC>SHN (track 2 and 3) SBD 2: SBD>(unknown analog/digital gens)>CD>EAC>SHN (track 1) AUD: Master (R. Bertrando Sony ECM-270/TC-152SD) Cassette>DAT>CD>EAC>SHN (patch in track 3)Transferred by Scott Clugston
Disc 2: end of set 1
2. Scarlet Begonias->
3. Fire On The Mountain
(remaining tracks not included)
-AUD patch in FOTM (5:07 through 5:37) due to reel flip in SBD source
-other sources either have section missing (5:07 through 5:37 missing) or edited (4:33 through 5:07 removed + 5:07 through 5:37 missing)
-Scott Clugston performed the much-needed AUD patching
November 27, 2010
all time favs ...
This show (and the first ever Scarlet/Fire) are among my all time favs ... Sugaree, Mingle, PeggyO, Cassidy and NFA. I think this IS my favorite Scarlet»Fire. Everyone (including Donna & Keith) really seem on top of it ... Regarding »
(Both songs had been played before separately, but this is the first time they were played as a medley). I know of no time before this when Fire was played - alone or as part of a medley. That statement seems total rubbish to me. The 1976 "Happiness is Drumming" has always sounded to me like the first time Fire was played - but only as an "still-under-development" instrumental jam.
By the way, this version - the first version - of Fire was a three verse/chorus version, but (as far as I know) every subsequent version of Fire
(until 14Sep1978 in Gizah) was a two verse/chorus version ... I've not heard any three verse/chorus versions between 18Mar1977 & 16Sep1978 anyway ...
The 14Sep1978 Fire introduced the second verse as we know and love it ... maybe a bit a trivia there ...
Thanks for posting this patched version.
January 11, 2010
Thank you, Scott, for the patch! I am continually amazed by the DEADication of the contributors to this resource.
September 2, 2009
Thx so much!!
This fixes a serious flaw in what I think is the "gold standard" FOTM, and the transition from SB to FOTM - WOW!!! With all that is going on "internally" here, with Phil getting Jerry back on track (on guitar, his voice is oh-so-good during this whole show) with SB, etc. Nuff said...
This fix is just stellar - THX SO MUCH!!
August 3, 2009
I've been comparing the 2 versions. The patch certainly does a good job in fixing one of the most painful gaps I've ever heard in a Dead show.
I just wish there was some way to clean up the sound quality so the transition sounds more seamless.
Either way, the scarlet>fire is a gem.
July 27, 2009
The First Scarlet/Fire
According to The Setlist Program
this is the first ever Scarlet/Fire. (Both songs had been played before separately, but this is the first time they were played as a medley).
February 13, 2009
only copy with patch
for scarlet->fire connoisseurs, this version fixes the cut in the previous versions
November 27, 2008
the first time
If my research is correct this is the first Scarlett/Fire!
And it seems to be the only board.
March 19, 2008
why did you guys bother with this? i must be missing something..... what?
the full concert is available in this quality.